More Info?  SCC Coordinator, Charlotte D'Armond Talbert  3/519.7772  SCCollaborative@outlook.com

APPLY NOW!  Deadline April 25th.

APPLICATIONS  BEING ACCEPTED FOR THE 2018-19 ALLIANCE PROJECT GRANT

             CONNECTING PUBLIC SCHOOLS WITH SCIENCE, ARTS, AND CULTURAL ORGANIZATIONS

A team of teachers applies and is selected to receive over 25 in-school workshops, artists, scientists, or field trips (with support for subs and buses) that tie to their curriculum at no cost to the school for one year, August to May.
  The approximate value of the grant is $7,000 for the 2018-19 school year provided
by the members of the Scientific and Cultural Collaborative (SCC) who receive funding
from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD). 

Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities
Aurora Cultural Services,  City of
Bird Conservancy of the Rockies 
Butterfly Pavilion
Central City Opera
CherryArts
Children's Museum Denver at Marsico Campus
Clyfford Still Museum
Colorado Ballet                     
Colorado Chautauqua Association,
Colorado Children's Chorale
Colorado Mountain Club
Colorado Railroad Museum
Colorado Symphony
Denver Art Museum
Denver Botanic Gardens
Denver Center for the Performing Arts
Denver Film Society
Denver Museum of Nature and Science
Denver Zoo
City of  Lakewood Heritage, Culture and the Arts
MACC (Mizel Arts and Culture Center)
Mizel Museum and The CELL (Counterterrorism Leraning Lab)      Museum  of Contemporary Art
Opera Colorado
Town of Parker Arts
Swallow Hill Music
Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum



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What is the Alliance Project?  Easy as 1,2,3,4

1. Schools determine a team of teachers/staff from across the curriculum and  also identify a group of students (grade level, GT, AVID, etc. - 180 maximum) who will be the focus of the program.

2. Once selected, Alliance Project Coordinator will come to your campus 4 times over the year for brief planning meetings to hear requests and make suggestions about possible programs. *Teachers can earn re-licensure consideration for meeting before or after school. 

3. Coordinator finds the program (assembly, field trip, campus workshop) and connects the teacher with the organization for final scheduling, content, and approval.   
*Teachers only have to finalize details with the organization (dates, times, content).

4. After the event, the Coordinator will pay the cultural. No funding from the school is required. Students and teachers complete brief evaluations for organizations.

The best part: Teachers do not have to find programs for your school - the SCC Coordinator will provide suggestions from the organizations listed above.

This is a one year grant of services.  It is not a cash grant with an approximate value of $7,000 per team..


Eligible public schools are listed below:
Broomfield County
        *elementary, middle or high schools

Douglas County
         *middle school grades excluding Larkspur or within Castle Rock city limits

Arapahoe County
       * middle school grades

*Schools who have received the Alliance Project within the past 10 years are ineligible.
Broomfield has a small number of schools so we have extended their grade levels.  
Schools within Castle Rock and Larkspur city limits are outside the SCFD. 

How does my school apply?  Applications due April 25, 2018.

Complete this application with as much information is as known at this time. We understand that there could be changes in personnel and curriculum.


Submit this application online and scan only the last signature page to SCCollaborative@outlook.com by April 25.

Please note: Proofreading for completeness of answers is important to avoid diminishing the application's value. 

For more details about the grant:  See PDF information sheet at www.SCCollaborative.org
      or contact Charlotte at 303-519-7772 (all questions welcome) SCCollaborative@outlook.com 
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